Teenage phenomenon runs photography business

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If you troll the StartupNation website for inspiration, look no further.

Signe Brewster, one of our youngest members and a winner in the StartupNation Home-Based 100 "Most Slacker-Friendly" category, has done it, already. Unlike so many people who create obstacles to starting it up, Signe has made the leap and opened for business.

While many of her friends are doing the routine high-school jobs, instead, Signe takes wildlife photos. She sets her own schedule. She spends time doing what she loves. She can resell a single moment’s snapshot over and over (making her business highly scalable).

Just look at this stunning photo, "Foggy Morning," below. She’s a true talent.

""It seems that she became an entrepreneur before the world complicated things for her or before our "follow the leader" culture got to her. Instead, she’s made herself a leader, an owner, and an example.

Kudos to Signe.

By the way, she sent me a few other samples of her work and I’ll share those with you in upcoming blog entries. If you’re interested in her work, you can send her a message through the StartupNation community section from her profile. (and Signe, it would be a good idea to put a few of your photos up in your profile so people can see your work. hint! hint!)

 

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